Alleged homophobic chanting aimed at Scottish midfielder Billy Gilmour by Liverpool fans during the opening weekend of the new Premier League season has been condemned by Kick It Out.
The president of Rwanda has criticised Arsenal after they lost their opening match of the new Premier League season to Brentford.
Jack Grealish has become the most expensive Premier League footballer after completing his move from Aston Villa to Manchester City for £100m.
Large events such as Premier League games could be open only to fully vaccinated people from October under government plans.
A Premier League footballer has been arrested on suspicion of child sex offences.
A man has been charged with allegedly racially abusing former Manchester United and England footballer Rio Ferdinand, police have said.
The six English football clubs which secretly agreed to play in a European Super League (ESL) are to pay a combined £22m penalty but face a much higher bill if such a breakaway is attempted in future, under a deal with the Premier League.
The richest prize in English football has been won by Brentford, after they beat Swansea 2-0 in the Championship play-off final and, with it, sealed promotion to the Premier League.
On the last day of the Premier League season, Liverpool and Chelsea have claimed the final two spots for the next Champions League campaign.
Manchester City have won the Premier League after rivals Manchester United lost at Old Trafford to Leicester City.
Premier League clubs will be required to sign up to a new Owners’ Charter with “significant sanctions” for breaches of rules in the wake of the proposed breakaway European Super League.
Fans may be able to return to sporting events from 17 May, meaning the final weekend of the Premier League season looks like it could be played in front of supporters.
Max Noble, once one of the country’s most talented young footballers, has spoken out about the exploitation of boys in elite academies, labelling it the game’s “biggest kept secret”.
Footballers must “change their behaviours” to adjust to coronavirus rules on the pitch, the Premier League boss has said, meaning no more hugs to celebrate goals.
Fulham’s Premier League game at Tottenham on Wednesday is in doubt after the southwest London club returned a number of positive COVID-19 tests.
Thousands of fans have taken their seats to watch the first Premier League game to allow fans into a ground since March.
Newcastle’s Premier League match against Aston Villa on Friday has been postponed due to a “significant increase in COVID-19 cases” at the North East club’s training centre.
Southampton are the only Premier League club which have not signed up to the FA’s historic Leadership Diversity Code.
The English Football League (EFL) has rejected the Premier League’s proposed £50m rescue package for League One and League Two clubs.
Plans from Liverpool and Manchester United to radically reform England’s top flight of football have been unanimously rejected by all 20 Premier League clubs.
The biggest shake-up of English football in a generation is being proposed by Manchester United and Liverpool – which would see the number of teams in the top flight reduced from 20 to 18.
Premier League players will no longer have the Black Lives Matter slogan on their shirts.
Fans will be allowed back into a Premier League ground for the first time since lockdown this weekend as part of the government’s latest pilot scheme.
Watford and Bournemouth have been relegated from the Premier League on a dramatic final day of the season.
Liverpool have lifted the Premier League trophy for the first time after waiting 30 years to win a league title.
A 12-year-old boy has been arrested over racist messages sent to footballer Wilfried Zaha.
The behaviour of Liverpool fans involved in violent disorder during celebrations of the club’s Premier League title win was “not only irresponsible, but criminal”, Merseyside’s chief constable has said.
Liverpool have clinched their first league title in 30 years, putting an end to the nervous wait for glory during the coronavirus pandemic.
Burnley have said they “strongly” condemn those responsible for flying a “White Lives Matter” banner over their Premier League match with Manchester City.
All 22 players and the referee “took a knee” in support of the Black Lives Matter movement as the first Premier League match since lockdown got under way at Villa Park.